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20-50 min.

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Brief Outline

 Students learn a little about other countries, their food and famous places through playing a modified version of shinkeisuijaku (pairs).

 

Materials Needed (none included)

  • Materials for Option 1:
    • Country cards (10).
    • Food & Place cards (10). These cards need to be large and show a famous 'food' and 'place' from said country. 
    • Small cards (10 of each). You also will need to make small country, food and place cards for each group (total 30 cards per group).  Each kind of card should be on different coloured backing paper so they can easily be identified: country=blue, food=red, place= white.
  • Materials for Option 2:
    • Large Country Cards (10). Small cards of each of the above cards (small version) for each group (total 30 cards per group) each variety of card should be on different coloured backing paper.
    • One poster sized sheet with the country and corresponding famous place and food laid out in a grid to show what matches what, seeing that some students will not remember.

 

Detailed Explanation

  1. After breaking the class into groups, give each group the three sets of small cards (country, food, place) and have them lay them out face down.
  2. Now, it is group Member 1's turn.
  3. Everyone else in the group asks Member 1, "What country do you want to go to?". Member 1 turns over a blue country card and says, "I want to go to...".
  4. Then, everyone else in the group asks Member 1, "What do you want to eat?".  Member 1 turns over a red food card and says, "I want to eat...". Even if it doesn't match, they can continue to the third card to help everyone remember where everything is.
  5. Finally, everyone else in the group asks Member 1, "What do you want to see?".  Member 1 turns over a white place card and says, "I want to see...".
  6. If all three cards match (Japan, sushi, Mt. Fuji), they get to keep the cards. However, they DO NOT get to go again.
  7. The round is over and the turn moves to Member 2.
  8. Rinse and repeat.

 

Variations

  • Add a batsu (punishment) card. This could be a card that is not a country or nationality related. If the student draws this batsu card, their turn in immediately over and the remaining cards on the table are shuffled around.

 

Teaching Suggestions

  • Make sure to attach a reference grid on the board in case students forget what matches to what.
  • If you make enough cards for each student to have six cards, you can also do a variation of Babanuki.

 

Tips/Cautions

  • To make the cards cheaply, print out black & white images on white paper and glue them to the cheapest coloured paper the school has.

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必要な教材

  • 上の「Materials Needed」に見てください。

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